Translation of rosemary in Spanish:

rosemary

romero, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈroʊzˌmɛri//ˈrəʊzm(ə)ri/

noun

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    romero masculine
    • She took the breadcrumbs out and mixed them with oregano, basil, rosemary and black pepper.
    • One of our family's favorite ways to enjoy rosemary is with these roasted potatoes.
    • One example is procumbent rosemary, used extensively as a ground cover and sheared several times a year.
    • You may pick a sprig of rosemary or thyme, or a few fronds of parsley or dill, but you'll pick an armload of basil.
    • The Romans also spread plantings of rosemary and mint far and wide.
    • The nearest they get to outré culinary invention is a little garlic and rosemary with the roasted sea bass.
    • Despite the sun, the island is luxuriantly green and the hot wind blows the balmy scents of lavender, rosemary and heather.
    • He also grows grapes, tomatoes, aubergines, peppers, squash, sage, thyme, rosemary and bay.
    • In front of the beech hedge, a patch of un-cultivated land overflowed with flowering thyme, rosemary and gorse.
    • I also ignored the dried thyme that was provided in my bundle and used fresh thyme and rosemary because I had it on hand.
    • A white vinegar is typically used as the base and is infused with herbs such as thyme, rosemary, garlic or basil.
    • Cook diced potatoes, garlic and rosemary in a few spoonfuls of the reserved goose fat for the crispest, crunchiest potatoes ever.
    • I'm pleased that the island has an olive grove and a herb garden as I could live with just basil and rosemary in any cooking.
    • Fennel, rosemary, marjoram, garlic, and juniper berries are variously favoured aromatics in Italian pork cookery.
    • Climbing roses, jasmine and honeysuckle were trained up the walls and rosemary and lavender borders lined the flower beds.
    • Thyme, rosemary, marjoram and lavender will act as a magnet for bees and butterflies.
    • She recognized the smell of thyme, rosemary, sage, and lavender, but that was about it.
    • Make sachets of dried lavender or equal portions of rosemary and mint.
    • The flavour, however, is less sugary than you might be led to expect, salty and redolent of rosemary, garlic and vinegar.
    • I chopped up a good amount of fresh mint leaves together with a little bit of rosemary needles and simply added to the cake batter.